I have an Asha 311 and though it's a nice phone (besides the problems like missing mutlitasking, copy/paste etc) I think the biggest problem is the tiny screen. Even for a feature phone, a Fulltouch-phone should have a display, which is at least 3.5 inches. Everything else is unusable and maybe for a 8 years old good. Preinstalled apps are possible to rotate, but most Third-party-apps miss this feature.
Are there already any plans for the successor of the Asha 311 with a bigger screen (and of course other improvements)?
2013-01-31 11:40 - edited 2013-01-31 11:40
Nokia does not comment on rumours, future plans or products until they actually announce them.
If you want a larger screened Nokia you should check out their Lumia range of smartphones including the new Lumia 620 which is available in some countries at a low price.
Nokia has now announced the Asha 310, almost a clone of the cheaper S40-Fulltouch-phones Yes, the Asha Phones are hot sellers, but I really don't think that's good for Nokias image to release so many similar phones, just with differences in WLAN, Dual-SIM, or 3G. I really hope they'll skip the Asha 304, and finally release the Asha 312.